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  1. Jack M says

    It’s amazing how many women totally lose their minds when a mouse or a rat is in the area. It happened in my workplace years ago and some women literally ran out the door and went home when they saw a mouse.

  2. johnny says

    Good lord, what a bunch of wimps, stomp the damn thing and be done with it. We kill rats that size weekly in our barn as a matter of course.

  3. atomic says

    RATNADO!!!!

    Well, I’d probably be standing on the seats as well–not because I’m fearful of rats, but because they are frequently carriers of all kinds of diseases you do NOT want to get. I would not want to be bitten by one of these things.

  4. Hansel Currywurst says

    I think I read a book about this as a child. The title was “The Country Mouse, the City Mouse, and the Bridge-and-Tunnel Rat” or something like that.

  5. Derrick from Philly says

    @ Tinkerbelle,

    did I f.ck up your posting name? Why didn’t you tell me?

    Well, “Tinderbelle” is nice too….kinda’ Southern.

  6. Will says

    If it was a spider I’d be up on the seats too. But a rat? Not a chance. Even a snake I’d still not care…unless it was poisonous of course.

  7. Eric says

    We have a single mouse problem here at work – there’s six of us and my co-workers are all female. They keep begging me to kill it, but dammit, I like Squeak. He’s cute.

  8. Donny says

    Oh, please! All you queens saying you wouldn’t have freaked out would have been standing on the seats too – if not wrapped around and clinging to a pole. Stupid fags with their self-righteous superiority complexes. And yes, I’m gay.

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